HS14: Womanist Genealogies: Community Building through Education and Religious Embodiment
The womanist genealogies Working Group evaluates historically grounded conceptions of womanist praxis through a focus on Black women educators who maneuvered educational institutions from the dawn of the 20th century to the 21st century.
Active since: 2021
Closed Group of Collaborators
- University of Rochester
- Union College
- St. Lawrence University
- To meet to discuss the foundations of our understandings of Womanist research.
During our initial meetings, we were able to decide on a research strategy, as well as our general aims and approaches. It was decided that we are conducting secondary and archival research.